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language of technological subjectivity information technology, management and dialogue in further education by Tom Lupton

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Published by University of Birmingham in Birmingham .
Written in English

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Thesis (Ph.D) - University of Birmingham, School of Education.

StatementbyTom Lupton.
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Open LibraryOL21764069M

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  Subjectivity in Language and in Discourse deals with the linguistic encoding and discursive construction of subjectivity across languages and registers. The aim of this book is to complement the highly specialized, parallel and often separate research strands on the phenomenon of subjectivity with a volume that gives a forum to diverse theoretical vantage points and .   In Subjectivity, Language and the Postcolonial, Hannah Botsis draws on theoretical work that exists at the intersection of critical social psychology, sociolinguistics and the political economy of language, to examine the relationships between language, subjectivity, materiality and political context.. The book foregrounds the ways in which the work of Bourdieu could be read in conjunction Author: Hannah Botsis. objectivity, but in two senses that language is subjective. Both types of subjectivity (she calls them S1 and S2) result from the fact that language is the product of the collective national linguistic consciousness. It is the grid of concepts through which a speaker of a given language sees the outside world and his own inner feelings or states. Sartre posed the question “What is subjectivity?”—a question of renewed importance today to contemporary debates concerning “the subject” in critical theory. This work includes a preface by Michel Kail and Raoul Kirchmayr and an afterword by Fredric Jameson, who makes a rousing case for the continued importance of Sartre’s philosophy.

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